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Groom's attire - Canada (Toronto)?

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I went and bought my FI a beautiful Linen suit at MEXX and right now they have a sale $100 off any suit, so it cost $230.00 plus tax. But I also saw some at Le Chateau and H & M I think, but did not like them as much. On the way to buy it my FI complained that he did not want a linen suit. I made him try it on and he loved the feel of it. Good Luck

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we just got my guys suit at club monaco last week. it was about $460 with tax for the pants & jacket. i can't remember the exact cost of the jacket but the pants were $139.

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Even though I'm from Sudbury, I'm never opposed to a weekend shopping trip! Thanks for all the tips ladies. I'll have to check them out! :)

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Anyone have any suggestions on where to get groom/groomsmen suits in NYC?? I was thinking of having my FI in a beige suite with jacket and tie and the groomsmen without jacket?? I am concerned with the groomsmen spending alot of money, any suggestions??

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Hi All,

 

It's been some time since the last entry but wanted to see other Toronto brides had any luck finding tan suits at Canadian retail stores/online? We've checked out a few places but given it's winter...haven't found anything. 

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We just got all our GM and groom clothes at Tommy Bahama... but we're not going very formal; we got silk/linen pants and silk shirts. Tommy Bahama has a nice selection of linen as well. There's one in Oakville, and one in Bayview Village. The outlet in Vaughan Mills isn't as good.

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